Subaru Brake Servicing

Have Your Brakes Serviced Here at Byers Subaru Dublin in Columbus, OH

There are many components to maintaining the performance of your new Subaru, and here at Byers Subaru Dublin we know that, which is why our Columbus, Powell, Delaware, and Upper Arlington customers feel comfortable bringing your car to our service department. Your brakes are more than just pads, there are rotors and fluid to consider as well, and knowing this, we're prepared to provide you with a full-service brake repair.

Grinding, spongy or slow to respond brakes, or a light on your dashboard are all signs that you should be concerned with your brakes and that they require immediate attention. We have the parts necessary to provide you with a speedy visit so you can get back on the road faster. Because our staff are trained to work on Subaru models, we know what issues they may be prone to, and we know what your individual car has been through. Having this history in mind, we can tell you if you may be overdo on a brake check, and on other routine maintenance appointments we will also check out the brakes to ensure they are not in dangerous shape.

Service Center Hours

  • Monday 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Tuesday 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Wednesday 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Thursday 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm
  • Sunday Closed

FAQs for the Brake Service

Having your brakes regularly serviced is a great way to keep you protected on the road. Good brakes allow you to have the stopping capability you need as you tackle the highways and byways. Overtime, your brakes become worn and less effective. Routine brake services ensure your vehicle is performing at its best for years to come. Byers Subaru is here to assist our Columbus, OH customers and make sure your brakes are functioning properly during your next visit.

What are some of the warning signs that your brakes are in need of service?

  • If you're noticing a lot of squeaking and/or grinding noises
  • If there is a squishy/spongy feeling while applying the brakes
  • If there are excessive steering-wheel vibrations while applying the brakes
  • If your vehicle is pulling to one side or the other

How long is the lifespan of brake pads? Mileage or time?

Depending on your Subaru car or SUV model, your brake pads could last as long as 70,000 miles or as soon as 25,000 miles. However, experts say that it is generally a good rule of thumb to have your brake pads checked every 50,000 miles to optimal performance and safety.

How often should your car's brake rotors be replaced?

Experts also recommend having your brake rotors replaced every 70,000 miles depending on the use of your Subaru. It is suggested to have your brake rotors replaced whenever you have your brake pads replaced for even stopping performance. If you're noticing grooves worn into your rotor, it may be time for a replacement.

Can I only get some brakes replaced or do all brakes need to replaced?

It is recommended to have all four brakes replaced at once for optimal performance as you travel through Columbus during your daily commute. However, if you can't change all four brakes, drivers should at least have brakes replaced in pairs to ensure even stopping capability when you apply the brakes.

Why wait for something serious to happen? Come in to see us at 2455 Billingsley Road or schedule an appointment today and bring all of your concerns to our attention. The complete satisfaction of our Columbus, Powell, Delaware, and Upper Arlington customers is our priority, so come in today and see why we're known as a great source for all your Subaru-related needs.